Author: Vasik Rajlich
Date: 16:00:36 12/13/05
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On December 13, 2005 at 12:45:54, Timothy J. Frohlick wrote: >If Rybka is 34 Euros then it should be $40.55 USD and not $42.55 USD. The >euro/USD exchange rate is 1.1929 Euros per US Dollar. I was willing to pay up to >$45.00 USD for Rybka but I don't like the fact that ShareIt is raking off two >bucks from me. > >Shouldn't the programmer suck up the cost of currency exchange in order to sell >more product in non-euro countries? Vas is paying ShareIt for using their >service. >I don't see why I should get screwed by improper rates of exchange. > > >Just my opinion, > >TJ > >PS If I want to pay more to Vas Rajlich then how can I if the price is fixed on >the automatic pay site? IOW, I want any extra monies to go to Vas and bypass the >money exchange fund transfer site. Hi Tim, thanks for alerting me to this, I do agree that it's not fair. I set the price for US dollars and British Pounds manually (to $40.55 and 22.94). With other currencies though it looks like there is no way around a conversion penalty. Vas
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